The second part in a blog series by one of our fantastic postgraduate composers
The first in a blog series by one of our postgraduate students
Canterbury Music Students in Leeds
Interviews with a variety of students on our postgraduate programmes
Creative / Performance Project for our Master of Music Postgraduates
FREE music and performance for students, staff and the public
Part of the programme for our Canterbury Festival Fortnight
Canterbury Scratch Orchestra Perform music from Soft machine, John Stevens, Cornelius Cardew and Aphex Twin
Facelift by Hugh Hopper from the album Third by Soft Machine (1970)
One-Two by John Stevens (1985)
Unintended Piano Music by Cornelius Cardew (1970 or 1971)
Flim by Aphex Twin from the album Come to Daddy (1997)
St Gregory’s Centre for Music
Canterbury Christ Church University
North Holmes Road
This event is open to the public.
I spoke to Zena, who is also the choir’s secretary, after the concert about her experiences with the choir over the course of the year:
“It’s great because it’s merged the department together and been a form of communication between Music students and Performing Arts students.
The concert ended on a high in the form of a Wicked medley, sending much of the audience away singing to themselves with a smile on their face.
Thanks go to the choir director Phil Hornsey, and I can’t wait to see more from the choir!
|The pops orchestra in action. This talented group of first year music students is directed by first year student, Dan Tompkinson (here on the left at the piano)|